- Tram Ho
Customers of the four major carriers, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, have been unable to make calls, text messages or access the Internet, across the United States. The feedback is reported by users via the Downdetector and social networks, at about 2 pm local time (this morning in Vietnam time).
The incident was thought to have originated from T-Mobile, while Verizon, AT&T and Sprint reported that their telecom networks were still functioning properly. But the problem with T-Mobile also affected other carriers, when users tried to contact T-Mobile subscribers.
T-Mobile’s president of technology, Neville Ray, apologized to users for the incident throughout the United States, and said that T-Mobile engineers were trying to fix this problem as quickly as possible. .
The incident occurred throughout the United States, affecting the users of the four largest carriers, leaving people confused and frightened. The original cause was attributed to the widespread power outage, causing the T-Mobile operator’s system to crash.
During the incident, US carriers advised users to use apps like FaceTime and WiFi connections to communicate with relatives and friends.
Reference: The Verge
Source : Genk